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Many garden plants bloom in autumn. Not only do their colourful flowers adorn the garden, but their beauty has also inspired fashion designers, who have turned them into the main motif in their autumn collections.
That’s why FloraQueen wishes to present the floral craze that taken hold of dresses, trousers and shirts, and not just with ladies in mind. What do you think?
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Flowers in the autumn-winter collection no longer take anyone off guard. Floral prints are still in vogue. The difference this time round, in autumn 2014, is that they’ll make their appearance with a slightly different backdrop. Flowers are now worn on a dark background, that is, black or graphite. And that’s just how we suggest you wear these motifs. The most popular prints will be those characterised by discreet colours and an almost Victorian style, drawing their inspiration from oil paintings.
The floral revolution has not only dominated women’s fashion. Designers also have something for men, with various shirts that the bold and audacious can even wear to the office. On the other hand, if guys prefer not to upset their boss, such shirts are ideal for their Saturday night fever outfit! No doubt everybody will find a suitable purpose for them.
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If you’re not necessarily a follower of fashion but are fond of a touch of originality, and you enjoy choosing your own style of clothing and spicing up your everyday look, FloraQueen offers you simple fabric flowers you can use to decorate your bag, coat or any other garment, just by sewing them on. And best of all, easily and without feeling the pinch on your wallet. So take out your needle and thread, and get cracking!
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What do you reckon? Do any more ideas related to flowers and fashion spring to mind? Tell us in the comments section below!